I keep thinking about a video game I played in Los Angeles a month ago that’s what you’d get if the renowned covert ops Splinter Cell series required your character to always be in a kayak.
CAA has added to its growing gaming creator roster, which it launched in Dec. 2018, with the signing of Neebs Gaming -- a creator collective comprising five voice actors, comedians, and animators. Neebs Gaming features Brent Triplett, Bryan Mahoney, N...
The High School Esports League, which claims a membership of 1,500 high schools, is offering the 'HSEL Esports Equipment Bundle' for $4,000 per year.
K-Swiss teams up with Immortals Gaming Club to release first ever E-Sport performance sneaker.
ReKTGlobal, the parent company of organisation Rogue, has hired Michael 'ODEE' O'Dell as its Chief Gaming Officer. ODEE's new role will see him work to develop business strategies, create client partnerships, and secure brand sponsorships for
Mentioned in this article Companies: Activision Blizzard Leagues: Overwatch League (OWL) 2019 As fans clapped thundersticks and cheered in Atlanta’s Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre two weeks ago, Pete Vlastelica bounced around the venue meeting with...
Activision Blizzard's Overwatch League will be implementing home games league-wide, making it one step closer to emulating a traditional sports league
GameStop wants to move away from traditional retail and start giving people experiences.
Riot is giving Echo Fox seven extra days to remove part-owner Amit Raizada.
Uplay+ will launch Sept. 3.
GREENWICH - Investment firm Eldridge Industries led a $2 million round of seed funding for Pixion Games , a London-based studio building e-sports games for mobile devices, the firms announced Tuesday. Pixion plans to use the funds to develop its p...
100 Thieves, the esports company co-owned by Grammy-winning artist Drake, talent manager Scooter Braun, billionaire Dan Gilbert and former pro gamer Matt “Nadeshot” Haag, announced today that it’s closed a $35 million Series B.
An e-sports road show in 2020
With its current rate of growth, China's e-sports market is expected to overtake South Korea this year to become the second-largest market after the United States.
E-sports is about to cross over to the mainstream and the race is on to find the Nike — or Off-White — of the gaming world.